Email quotes

  • I'm a complete technophobe. I can't even email.
    -- Antony Sher


  • Million dollar deals in my email, you mad as hell you ain't CC'ed
    -- Big Sean

    #Mad #Hip Hop #Email

  • The ability to write compelling emails may be the single most useful talent an organizer can possess.
    -- Bill McKibben

    #Writing #Climate #Email

  • My mother emails me stuff about when she finds a paparazzi photo and theyre like, his hair is out of control.
    -- Bradley Cooper

    #Mother #Hair #Email

  • Modern life has gotten so strange, we all get 150 emails and text messages a day, and it's hard when things are moving that quickly to keep that sense of wonder about being alive.
    -- Brit Marling

    #Moving #Email #Modern Life

  • So this is why I can't agree with "don't feed the trolls." When millionaire celebrity broadcasters and entire publications start trolling, ignoring them isn't really an option anymore. They are gradually making trolling normative. We have to start feeding the trolls: feeding them with achingly polite emails and comments, reminding them of how billions of people prefer to communicate with each other, every day, in the most unregulated arena of all: courteously.
    -- Caitlin Moran

    #People #Feminist #Email

  • If someone is interested in working with me, I would much rather them email me and we sit down or get on the phone, than them look at a client list and decide if I'm worth it or not. It should be based on work, and based on how we get along. As opposed to like, "Oh, he's worked with this, this, and this. Let's go. That's fine."
    -- Chris Black

    #Phones #Email #Looks

  • I learned not to confuse 'busy' with 'productive,' but I'm still far too addicted to email to resist its early-morning digital snuggles.
    -- Chris Hardwick

    #Morning #Email #Digital

  • The very first email I got [was] from a women's group saying 'We don't want this stimulus package to just create jobs for burly men.'
    -- Christina Romer

    #Jobs #Men #Email

  • Think about spam filters; if email didnt come from someone that someone you know knows, thats an important signal, and one we could embed in the environment; we just dont. I just want the world to be filtered through my social graph.
    -- Clay Shirky

    #Thinking #Important #Email

  • Be bold. Be fast. Get to the point right away. The best email communication is simple and clear.
    -- Constance Hale

    #Communication #Simple #Email

  • if it's not in my email archive, I don't know it
    -- Cory Doctorow

    #Email #Archives

  • Develop a mailing list... anyone who comes through your studio or meets you at art shows or anywhere. It's the power of permission-based marketing. Email your latest work to the list, every month.
    -- Cory Trepanier

    #Art #Marketing #Email

  • Whether it's foreign money or hiding emails, these stories are creating a narrative about Hillary Clinton trying to be above everyone else and operating under her own set of rules.
    -- Dana Perino

    #Creating #Trying #Email

  • Firing is always difficult. The right way: one-on-one. The wrong way: snickering in front of other people, or via email.
    -- David Moore

    #People #Email #Way

  • The Blackberry is really essential for keeping up on my emails when I'm out of the office, which is a lot.
    -- David Neeleman

    #Office #Email #Essentials

  • Email is a wonderful thing for people whose role in life is to be on top of things. But not for me; my role is to be on the bottom of things. What I do takes long hours of studying and uninterruptible concentration.
    -- Donald Knuth

    #Long #People #Email

  • Men won't read any email from a woman that's over 200 words long.
    -- Douglas Coupland

    #Men #Long #Email

  • Garrison Keillor read several of my poems on 'The Writer's Almanac' and I've heard from listeners nationally and internationally. That's one of the great gifts of email.
    -- Ellen Bass

    #Email #Heard

  • I can't just react on the strength of an email and three pages of synopsis, and say I'm going to take off for three months of my life.
    -- Emmanuelle Beart

    #Email #Three #Pages

  • Computers are wasteful of paper and time. Once, we'd get documents with a few errors. Now, people make hundreds of copies until each sheet is flawless and memos are duplicated endlessly. Managers get swamped with emails.
    -- Felix Dennis

    #Errors #People #Email

  • Every case involving cybercrime that I've been involved in, I've never found a master criminal sitting somewhere in Russia or Hong Kong or Beijing. It always ends up that somebody at the company did something they weren't supposed to do. They read an email, went to a website they weren't supposed to.
    -- Frank Abagnale

    #Russia #Email #Criminals

  • I've had more than 12,000 emails from the United States. It's not easy in the United States to find out the email address of a British parliamentarian.
    -- George Galloway

    #Email #United States #Addresses

  • That's emails for ya: sometimes they're like an arrow that hits so deep in the target, you can't pull it out.
    -- Graham Joyce

    #Arrows #Email #Target

  • I know that if I say something that's considered outrageous, a group will take it, create an email blast, and use me to raise money or to do whatever, to build their profile.
    -- Greg Gutfeld

    #Email #Groups #Use

  • Every study that's been done on email marketing has shown that increased frequency brings better results. If you're only emailing somebody once a month, they'll forget you.
    -- Ian Brodie

    #Marketing #Email #Done

  • I will say that what’s been funny is, since the lightsaber’s come out, I cannot tell you how many contradictory emails I have received from people who have both defended it with unbelievably detailed graphicsI’ve gotten things that are nuts, and I’ve gotten people who’ve shown how it’ll kill you and how it doesn’t make any sense.  It’s been the funniest thing to see the arguments that have developed over this thing.
    -- J. J. Abrams

    #Nuts #People #Email

  • When I get up, the first thing I do is open up Gmail and check my personal email.
    -- James G. Stavridis

    #Email #Firsts #Checks

  • Some of you expressed surprise that I showed up-so many emails to read!
    -- James R. Clapper

    #Nsa #Email #Surprise

  • People who supported Obama felt like they formed a relationship, that they were being spoken to. The way that campaign worked and the way he's worked during his first term is to make people feel like he's grasping their hand, whether it's by tweeting or email, moments after an event, sometimes during an event. It makes people relate to him.
    -- James Spader

    #Hands #People #Email

  • One of the most interesting results was part of a study my students and I conducted dealing with status in email correspondence. Basically, we discovered that in any interaction, the person with the higher status uses I-words less (yes, less) than people who are low in status.
    -- James W. Pennebaker

    #People #Interesting #Email

  • I get a lot of emails from entrepreneurs. The best ones are short, to the point and include some question and/or the product
    -- Jason Calacanis

    #Fundraising #Entrepreneur #Email

  • Facebook Fan Pages are email newsletters with smaller pictures.
    -- Jay Baer

    #Email #Fans #Pages

  • We live in what's called an open society, which of course means they open our emails, open our phone records, and open our medical records.
    -- Jay Leno

    #Mean #Phones #Email

  • My website, my email magazine, my blog, my books, my corporate seminars, and my public seminars all create the ability for social media to work and all build reputation and ranking.
    -- Jeffrey Gitomer

    #Book #Media #Email

  • Ever since I'm done with Zim everyone thinks that I'm going to go back to comics. I've been flooded with emails asking me if I'm working on the new Johnny over and over again.
    -- Jhonen Vasquez

    #Thinking #Email #Asking

  • I could go through a lot of my old emails from when I first started doing comics. Back then the lowest age of fans was like 15 or 16 up to people in their 20's and 30's.
    -- Jhonen Vasquez

    #People #Age #Email

  • I've never had Internet access. Actually, I have looked at things on other people's computers as a bystander. A few times in my life I've opened email accounts, twice actually, but it's something I don't want in my life right now.
    -- Jhumpa Lahiri

    #Bystanders #People #Email

  • All the emails I get these days start with sorry but I've been so busy, and I don't understand how we can be so busy and then have nothing to say to each other.
    -- Jon McGregor

    #Sorry #Email #Busy

  • Clearly, I regret the email was quoted incorrectly and I regret that it's become a distraction from the story, which still entirely stands. I should have been clearer about the attribution. We updated our story immediately.
    -- Jonathan Karl

    #Regret #Email #Stories

  • Email is 20-30 times more effective in generating a purchase than any other tool.
    -- Josh Kaufman

    #Email #Tools

  • For email, the old postcard rule applies. Nobody else is supposed to read your postcards, but you'd be a fool if you wrote anything private on one.
    -- Judith Martin

    #Email #Fool #Postcards

  • When Enron collapsed, through court processes, thousands and thousands of emails came out that were internal, and it provided a window into how the whole company was managed. It was all the little decisions that supported the flagrant violations.
    -- Julian Assange

    #Decision #Email #Littles

  • I have three desks. One empty for paperwork, one for the internet and email, and one for the writing computer.
    -- Lee Child

    #Writing #Email #Three

  • If someone doesn't answer your email within six hours, it means they hate you.
    -- Lena Dunham

    #Hate #Mean #Email

  • When you're connected to the ocean, you really don't think about what's going on with your email or texts or any of that. You're just a lot more liberated.
    -- Leven Rambin

    #Ocean #Thinking #Email

  • Distraction and procrastination come in a variety of flavors... when I'm distracted and I walk over and stare out the window, it's a very different experience than when I feed the distraction by cramming in a few emails or make a phone call.
    -- Linda Stone

    #Procrastination #Phones #Email

  • As with email, the recipient of a texted question seems to have the option to ignore it, while nevertheless saying, 'Hello, lovely day,' and so on.
    -- Lynne Truss

    #Lovely #Email #Saying Hello

  • The best remote companies I've seen do almost everything online, via email and telephone. But they also get together face to face on a regular basis.
    -- Margaret Heffernan

    #Together #Telephones #Email

  • Everyone I know feels harassed by email which has invaded their waking and sleeping hours.
    -- Margaret Heffernan

    #Sleep #Email #Waking

  • I'm addicted to email, but other than that, there are practical things - being able to buy a book on the internet that you can't find in your local bookshop. This could be a lifeline if you live further from the sources.
    -- Marilyn Hacker

    #Book #Able #Email

  • I avoid Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, and if I need to communicate with someone, I email direct.
    -- Martin Parr

    #Needs #Linkedin #Email

  • I assume everything I'm saying in an email or saying on the telephone is being looked at.
    -- Michael Moore

    #Telephones #Email #Assuming

  • The bulk of the emails tend to come after a column. I can get about 2,000 after a column.
    -- Nicholas D. Kristof

    #Email #Literature #Columns

  • No one ever got rich checking their email more often.
    -- Noah Kagan

    #Email #Rich

  • Whatever I write in email, it doesn't mean anything. It is just words I write.
    -- Paris Hilton

    #Mean #Writing #Email

  • Email is not going to disappear. Possibly ever. Until the robots kill us all.
    -- Paul Buchheit

    #Email #Robots #Disappear

  • My readers - and I get 400 emails for a day, my readers normally they say, well, you understand me, and I answer, you do understand me also. We are in the same level.
    -- Paulo Coelho

    #Answers #Levels #Email

  • I don't do Twitter, Facebook; none of that. My email I do from my Blackberry or my iPhone.
    -- Penelope Cruz

    #Iphone #Email #Blackberries

  • There are huge creative advantages in having huge chunks of time when no one can find you. Emails and phones have diluted the experience of travel.
    -- Pete McCarthy

    #Phones #Creative #Email

  • At present I answer about 100 letters a month, and read 300 emails.
    -- Piers Anthony

    #Letters #Months #Email

  • Bitcoin will do to banks what email did to the postal industry.
    -- Rick Falkvinge

    #Email #Bitcoin

  • If I ran the Web, you could email dead people.
    -- Rives

    #People #Email #Internet

  • When I wake up, I'll go through emails on my iPhone - the junk email. At that point, my brain isn't usually awake enough to handle anything more than that.
    -- Sam Trammell

    #Iphone #Brain #Email

  • Mitt Romney's email was hacked! So if you start getting messages that sound like they're from a bot, he's fixed the problem.
    -- Stephen Colbert

    #Email #Messages #Sound

  • Amen' is like the Send button on an email.
    -- Steve Toltz

    #Buttons #Email #Amen

  • I started getting emails from Anna Wintour inviting me to her dinners. It was just surreal.
    -- Theophilus London

    #Dinner #Email #Anna

  • I'd rather send out a mass email then hang posters all over the place
    -- Todd Barry

    #Email #Posters #Mass

  • Email is the greatest thing.
    -- Wally Amos


  • I never go looking for child pornography, but I mean, if somebody sends me an email with some pictures, I'm not going to turn around and report them.
    -- Zach Braff

    #Children #Mean #Email

  • I got an email from Nick [Kroll] that he and John [Mulaney] were looking to put on the stage show with two of their characters from Kroll Show and could I help at all. And they were doing it [off-Broadway] at the Cherry Lane and they had been performing it at UCB, just sort of testing it out. I worked on it for a little bit downtown and it was a great experience.
    -- Alex Timbers

    #Character #Two #Email

  • Peak hours for sending a first email through the online dating system tended to be during work (eleven A.M. to four P.M.) and then just after dinner (seven P.M. to nine P.M.). I did have a few women send me a first message after eleven P.M. Those who did had an 82 percent chance of coming from a profile that had too many words.
    -- Amy Webb

    #Dating #Email #Four

  • This batch [emails hacked from a top Hillary Clinton aide] shows [Donna] Brazile gave the [Hillary] Clinton campaign advance warning of questions the candidate might be asked at CNN events.
    -- Ari Shapiro

    #Cnn #Email #Events

  • CNN says Donna Brazile, the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, will no longer be a political commentator for the network. This comes after WikiLeaks posted more emails hacked from a top Hillary Clinton aide.
    -- Ari Shapiro

    #Cnn #Political #Email

  • Find an organization, shoot them an email, call them up, find them on Facebook and say "Hey, I want to volunteer." And that first step could lead to a whole life of engagement. It could be a pretty exciting ride.
    -- Avi Lewis

    #Organization #Volunteer #Email

  • If I'm not travelling for external meetings, my usual day at work starts with a quiet session to plan and prioritise things that need to get done, and then clearing off important emails that need attention.
    -- Azran Osman Rani

    #Important #Email #Usual

  • I remember Massimo [Pupillo] sending me an email from Tibet saying he was up in a cave somewhere, being very still. We found we had lots of shared affinities that we'd never really talked about before.
    -- Daniel O'Sullivan

    #Email #Caves #Remember

  • The postcard is sacred to me. It makes me sad that no one sends them very much anymore because of email and texting. I still like to buy them, but they've lost their original function and now just seem like reminders or mementos of what they used to be.
    -- Elaine Equi

    #Sacred #Email #Texting

  • I am a professor at the computer science department, but I don't know how to use a computer, not even for Email.
    -- Endre Szemeredi

    #Science #Email #Use

  • Just send the emails and talk to people. Spend all your money on nail polish and opera tickets.
    -- Jessa Crispin

    #People #Email #Nails

  • Go to a place and just send out emails. That's my entire life. I go to countries and I ask, "Who would I know who lives here?" Not even do I know, but who exists and is on the planet.
    -- Jessa Crispin

    #Country #Email #Planets

  • When you're sending emails, you live and die by your subject line. Making it personal or funny can increase your open rate 10 times or more. At the very least, try to pitch some value rather than pointless bragging. 'Work Faster!' is better than 'Version 10.4 now available!'
    -- John Wall

    #Trying #Email #Lines

  • I joke that if she [Debbie Wasserman Schultz] could find a 3 a.m. slot in the Home Shopping Network, she would grab that. So those emails only confirm what we knew.
    -- Jonathan Tasini

    #Home #Shopping #Email

  • What you want to get as a teacher is not an email or a Facebook post that says, 'I learned so much about headstands in your class'. What you want to get is 'I learned so much about myself and my life in your class'.
    -- Judith Hanson Lasater

    #Teacher #Class #Email

  • [Donald] Trump had the opportunity to go after [Hillary] Clinton's emails at length if he wanted to, but he didn't.
    -- Kevin Drum

    #Opportunity #Email #Clinton

  • Despite more than a year of spittle-flecked fury at Hillary Clinton for using a private email server, most Trump voters probably don’t even know what a private server is. Nor do they care. It was just a buzzword that somehow meant Hillary was a crook.
    -- Kevin Drum

    #Years #Email #Crooks

  • The FBI released its report on [Hillary] Clinton's emails. It exonerated her almost completely, but a few days later Matt Lauer obliviously spent a full third of his interview with Clinton on the emails anyway. Lauer was widely pilloried for this.
    -- Kevin Drum

    #Email #Interviews #Clinton

  • Nothing good comes of reading other people's emails.
    -- Mallory Ortberg

    #Reading #People #Email

  • I wanted to make a site where I wasn't mailing physical things to people, but I was still giving people things, and I would have this relationship with that person, and if that person was interested in the object, they would have to email me and I would send that object digitally to them. So, I wanted the relationship with that person, however brief, and I wanted to spread the digital record of the things I have.
    -- Mary Mattingly

    #People #Giving #Email

  • Things like email, and Twitter, and Facebook, and text messaging - they all work reasonably well. But we use them because they're convenient, and cheap, and easy, not because they're the best way to communicate with somebody.
    -- Palmer Luckey

    #Email #Use #Way

  • I get a lot of emails where people are writing me their experiences, how they discovered my music, what they feel... they motivate me to carry on with what I am doing.
    -- Volker Bertelmann

    #Writing #People #Email

  • If I could email my jokes to the crowd and get the same immediate response [as during stand-up], I'd do that.
    -- W. Kamau Bell

    #Email #Crowds #Response

  • I included receipts, faxes, newspaper clippings, all sorts of things. I've read novels composed entirely of emails or letters, but not assembled across this kind of mix of materials. I wanted to create the feeling of a detective going through a box of clues.
    -- Brian Pinkerton

    #Feelings #Detectives #Email

  • When email and the Internet came along, I never publish an email address. I just stuck with this P.O. Box address.
    -- Adrian Tomine

    #Email #Addresses #Internet

  • I first emailed Tao Lin a story I wrote about the experience of losing my virginity sometime in April 2011. He didn't respond until it was later published on Thought Catalog, after which he sent me an email that said something very similar to, "I enjoyed reading this on Thought Catalog. Good job."
    -- Marie Calloway

    #Jobs #Reading #Email

  • I went out to Bali, and I cast all of these supporting roles. I love that stuff. I just love actors. And then, Ryan Murphy asked me to direct second unit for him on Eat Pray Love. I was already booked on something else, but I joined them later. And then, I wrote him a thank you email and I got no response. I was like, "Okay, that's it." We didn't interact much on set either.
    -- Alfonso Gomez-Rejon

    #Email #Roles #Actors

  • I understand that people can start to say stop it, let me have a break and look at my emails without having an ad pop up.
    -- Maurice Levy

    #People #Email #Looks

  • I wake up to an email from the writers with the new script, and I always get so excited because I know it'll be better all-around than the script from the week before.
    -- Bailee Madison

    #Email #Wake Up #Scripts

  • The less I talk in bars, write emails, express myself in an emotionally lewd way outside of my songwriting, the more I have to do it through my music.
    -- Ben Folds

    #Writing #Email #Bars

  • Every day, I'll get sent clips via email. I watch them and see if there's something of substance or significance.Some nights are super busy; some nights are quiet.
    -- Chris Pronger

    #Night #Email #Watches